The Sunflower Jam 2011 may seem like a distant memory to most of us, but for some children at Great Ormond Street hospital, that event meant that we could offer them a place of sanctuary during their stay at GOSH by building a complementary treatment room. On the 21st February, Jacky Paice, founder of The Sunflower Jam charity, went to Great Ormond Street hospital to see what The Sunflower Jam had been able to create and to show HRH the Prince of Wales around the new facility.
The Sunflower Jam 2011 allowed us to build a complimentary treatment room at Great Ormond Street Hospital that is used on a daily basis, as part of the Complementary Therapy Programme, to help some of the most poorly children. Jacky and HRH the Prince of Wales had the pleasure of meeting Marcus, a little boy currently undergoing treatment at GSOH, and he explained how much the room meant to him and what an enormous help it has been throughout his treatment.
I was overwhelmed to see what The Sunflower Jam charity has been able to achieve at Great Ormond Street, said Jacky. It was an honour to be able to meet HRH the Prince of Wales at the hospital and show him the amazing work being done by everyone involved. He’s been a loyal supporter of complementary medicine and the work that we have done right from the start.